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1936
   was the year   
Great Britain Had Three Monarchs
Following the death of George V and the abdication of Edward VIII, George VI assumed the throne on December 11th 1936.
1783
      
Great Britain Recognized the U.S.A.
Isle of Man
   belongs to   
Great Britain
221 sq. mi.. (self-governed)
Operation Sealion
   was the codename for the   
German Invasion of Great Britain
Great Britain
   lies to the north of   
France
Great Britain
   is located in   
Europe
1936
   was the year   
Great Britain Had Three Monarchs
Following the death of George V and the abdication of Edward VIII, George VI assumed the throne on December 11th 1936.
Men’s Team Pursuit (Cycling)
   gold medal was won by   
Great Britain
WR!! Clancy, Burke, Doull, and of course Bradley Wiggins
Men’s Team Sprint (Cycling)
   gold medal was won by   
Great Britain
Hindes, Kenny and Skinner
Women’s Team Pursuit (Cycling)
   gold medal was won by   
Great Britain
Archibald, Trott, Barker, Roswell
Men’s Synchro 3m Springboard (Diving)
   gold medal was won by   
Great Britain
Mears and Laugher.
Women’s Field Hockey
   gold medal was won by   
Great Britain
NED 2nd, GER 3rd
Men’s Coxless Four
   gold medal was won by   
Great Britain
It isn’t what it sounds like!
Men’s Coxed Eight
   gold medal was won by   
Great Britain
Germany 2nd, Netherlands 3rd
Women’s Coxless Pair
   gold medal was won by   
Great Britain
Women’s 470 (Sailing)
   gold medal was won by   
Great Britain
1973
   Jeux Sans Frontières winners were   
Ely (Great Britain)
In an earlier heat, Ely beat Hertford 19-1, a domestic It's A Knockout record
1971
   Jeux Sans Frontières winners were   
Blackpool (Great Britain)
The canny Blackpudlians used a professional limbo dance for their joker round.
1969
   Jeux Sans Frontières winners were   
Shrewsbury (Great Britain) and Wolfsbury (Germany)
Germans won a tie breaker but the official result was a draw.
1981
   Jeux Sans Frontières winners were   
Dartmouth (Great Britain) and Lisboa (Portugal)
No more Germans, who had pulled out because of falling viewing figures.






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